How do I provide attribution?
Unlike formal citation styles, there are no complicated standards for providing attribution, so you have the freedom to format your attributions however you wish. The main thing is to make sure that you identify (1) the creator, (2) the title of the work, and (3) that applicable license. If you can, also provide hyperlinks to both the original work and the CC license summary (e.g., CC BY-SA 4.0). Check out CC’s new beta search tool, which provides perfectly formatted attributions for all of the content you discover with it.
What license should I choose for my own work?
Many open education advocates strongly endorse either CC BY or CC0, and for good reason: these options provide the broadest possible permissions and therefore the greatest benefit to open content community. That said, some creators want to retain a bit more control over how their work can be used, and it is for this reason that CC provides licenses with additional conditions.